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(Feb 19/14) The lighting on the lower level of HSL servicing the cubicles does not seem to be bright enough. Unless you sit close to the window you are forced to stare at an extremely bright computer screen and if you are using a hardcopy there is nothing you can do. One row of lights also tends to turn off periodically. When the lights are due for servicing a would suggest addressing this. Thanks.

Library response:

Thank you for taking the time to express your concern. When the library was renovated several years ago, “green lighting” fixtures were installed. Depending on the natural light in the library, the lights should self-adjust. When it is sunny outside, the increased natural light should trigger the lights to automatically turn off, allowing us to save energy. Unfortunately, some of these fixtures are starting to malfunction. I suspect that is what is happening on the lower level of the library. I appreciate you taking the time to report the problem. We will contact building maintenance as soon as possible. Please contact me directly if you would like to discuss this in more detail.

(Feb 19/14)
Answered by: Jennifer McKinnell (Director, Health Sciences Library)

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